St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino
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Itinerary: "7/14/2014 Monday Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Park Start the day by "Going to the Sun" which is the nickname for the road along the Logan Pass through the heart of Glacier National Park. Known for its stunning scenery and narrow turns, the road is closed to motorcoaches. Therefore you will be guided in a small, comfortable …
İzmir is a large metropolis in the western extremity of Anatolia and the third most populous city in Turkey, after Istanbul and Ankara. Wikipedia We spent an extra day here just to re-coup from the tour. Izmir is a beautiful city & it was a beautiful walk down to the ...
... road. This area was fun to drive through because we were driving right through the cliffs or canyon areas. The town seemed very cute and touristy! We kept driving and finally found Fort Steele Resort. We have great views of the Rockies and the property is right next to an ostrich and horse farm! Ostriches are so scary looking! It is very serene here all tucked in the mountains with ranches surrounding us! We are America bound tomorrow! Been great ...
I am awake before the alarm. It feels like there is sand in my eyes and I am very stuffed up. This darn summer cold will just not let up. I walk to the bags and find my decongestant then sit and wait for it to take effect. My nose clears quickly and I crawl back under the covers. It is stuffy in the room; it almost feels like the air conditioner is not working. Jim is sound asleep so I will not bother him. I lie back down and fall asleep until ...
... hot coals with them to help start fires in the new campsite. It was only a rare year that that so many buffalo were killed that any part could be wasted. It was ...